Wardco Casement and Awning windows add contemporary style to any home while the colonial profile blends modern technology with old world style. State of the art hardware provides maximum efficiency, security, and ease of operation.
Casement windows swing out to the left or to the right using a crank mechanism and are hinged at the top and bottom. Wardco casement windows come standard with a single lever, multipoint locking system, and a nesting, folding crank handle. With Ashland hardware systems, we are able to build casement windows as large as 36" wide by 76" tall without any reinforcement or upgraded hardware. Our new sash design accommodates standard dual glazing or triple glazing up to 1-3/8" deep.
Awing windows swing out from the bottom using a scissor-arm crank mechanism. There are two locks - one on each side - and a standard, folding, nesting handle. Like the casement window, we use Ashland Hardware and can build units up to 60" wide by 54" tall with the same glass options.
High Profile Fixed
High profile fixed windows are designed to be used in combination with casement or awning windows. The profile is identical to the casement and awning sash and frame to give the same glass sightlines but in an inoperable, one-piece design. High profile fixed windows can also be used as transoms, fixed bay window centers or as stand-alone windows.
Low Profile Fixed
Often referred to as a "picture window", the low profile fixed window is most often used as a companion to single hung and double hung windows or as a stand-alone picture window. It is also the only profile used when creating shaped windows as its thin frame profile allows for easiest bending.